Smart Caregiver Easy Release Buckle Wheelchair Seat Belt

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Easy Release Buckle Wheelchair Seat Belt

By Smart Caregiver MFG Part #: TL-2109 SKU: SMTTL-2109
Non Restraining Easy-Release Seat Belt
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Product Description

These Wheelchair Seat Belts reduce falls by triggering a fall monitor when the “One-Finger” easy release buckle is unbuckled or the Hook & Loop strap is opened. Seatbelts are for use with the TL-2100 Series Fall Monitors*. The “One-Finger” easy release buckle preserves resident's freedom of movement by not acting as a restraint. The Hook & Loop Quick Release seat belt is great for residents with low dexterity The Wheelchair Seatbelt's metal-reinforced ends make installation easy and secure. The Seatbelts are adjustable up to 54” and longer seat belts are available by special order. Wheelchair Seat Belts work with a standard fall monitor mounted to the chair, but can also be set up as a wireless system that signals a caregiver pager or central monitor. When used with a Wireless Fall Monitor (TL-2016R3), seat belts trigger the Wireless Fall Monitor to signal to a caregiver pager (TL-2016P) directly, with no central monitor required. For facilities that prefer central monitoring, the Wireless Fall Monitor can signal the Central Monitor Unit (TL-2015R2), informing the caregiver of which resident's seat belt was opened. The Central Monitoring Unit can monitor up to 999 residents. An optional Wireless Alarm Light is also available for this system.

Features

  • One finger Easy-Release buckle
  • Large, red button is easy to locate
  • 54” adjustable belt
  • Metal ends for secure installation
  • Easy to install and use
  • Low cost

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